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Puerto Rico Law Authorizes Pay Deductions As Repayment For Employer-Provided Emergency Aid
Puerto Rico is still reeling from the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.
Puerto Rico
9 Aug 2018
Puerto Rico's New Post-Hurricane Guidance: A How-To on Paying Exempt And Non-Exempt Workers
Conversely, an exempt employee who does not carry out any work during a given week would not be entitled to receive any of his or her weekly salary.
Puerto Rico
8 Nov 2017
Employers Helping Employees—Are Disaster Relief Payments And Loans Exempt From Puerto Rico Income Tax?
With the havoc wrought by Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico, employers are exploring options to provide emergency relief to those employees who have encountered financial hardship to meet their necessities ...
Puerto Rico
18 Oct 2017
Panama's Paid Paternity Leave Law Takes Effect
Paternity leave is on the rise globally as cultural attitudes shift in favor of fathers taking a more active role in parenting.
25 Jul 2017
Puerto Rico Equal Pay Act Aims To Close Gender Pay Gap
On March 8, 2017, Puerto Rico continued the overhaul of its employment laws by enacting, with immediate effect, Act No. 16, known as the "Puerto Rico Equal Pay Act."
United States
30 Mar 2017
Puerto Rico Redesigns Its Business Environment Through An Overhaul Of Its Employment Regime
In an effort to become more competitive in the face of a flagging economy, an attractive jurisdiction for establishing businesses and creating employment opportunities, and to increase talent acquisition and retention locally, Puerto Rico is overhauling its employment law regime through the enactment of the Labor Transformation and Flexibility Act (the Act).
United States
6 Feb 2017
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